I started picking up this book because I so loved the previous Thunderbolts comic. By keeping the same title, Marvel has played upon the goodwill that they previously built up to get me to give this one a chance. But, for good or ill, this is not the Thunderbolts that you remember. Has Marvel leveraged the Thunderbolts brand to introduce me to a new book that I’ll enjoy, or have they trod its good name into the mud, forever tainting the happy memories I associated with it?
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Hulk #50 by Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan, that you can check out, after the jump.
Love him or hate him, the Red Hulk is around for the foreseeable future, and he’s making his way to the Super Hero Squad Online game. Marvel released a quick video clip of Rulk in action, that you can check out after the jump.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a quick look at the cover to Hulk #37 that ties into the Fear Itself storyline.
Marvel released a sneak peek to Hulk #24 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinnes, that you can see after the jump.
Rulk is getting the Kotobukiya statue treatment in July 2010 with a 13-inch, 1/6th scale beatuty that shows off Ed McGuinness’ art style in three dimensions.
Sculpted by master artist Eric Sosa, Red Hulk stands almost 13 inches tall (1/6th scale), veritably leaping off of his exclusive â€œgeoramaâ€ base.Â Not only does the volcanic earth look great on its own, it will connect to the base on the upcoming Hulk to form a dynamic battle scene!
The statue will only set you back $199.
Complete gallery after the jump.
Kotobukiya announced the coming release of a brand new fine art sculpture of the Red Hulk (or Rulk as many like to call him), by Erick Sosa and William Valenzuela.
This is a sneak peek to our new Red Hulk Fine Art Statue inspired by the art of Ed McGuiness, as you can see this is still a work in progress but soon will be fully displayed in all itâ€™s painted glory!
Remember he doesnâ€™t come aloneâ€¦ the big guy brought a certain Jade Giant to the partyâ€¦ keep visiting our site for more sneak peeks an updates !
Marvel announced this Red Hulk Holiday variant by Ed McGuinness will appear on the cover of Hulk #18.Â There will also be another variant cover for Fall of the Hulks Gamma that connects with Hulk #18.Â Hulk #18 arrives December 16, 2009.
Hulk #3 promises to give another big clue to the secret identity of The Red Hulk and features a smack down between Reddy and Rick Jones – a.k.a. Abomination a.ka. A-Bomb.
“For those of you who have been wanting more clues about The Red Hulk, this is a must have issue,” scribe Jeph Loeb enthused, “And it’s got a POW ending that will definitely bring you back for more! I am particularly digging the two covers, one by Ed and other by my Ultimatum pal, Dave Finch. It doesn’t get better than that!”
Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue.